PFASology is a science podcast covering the different disciplines of PFAS research. It is created by the 15 early-stage researchers (ESRs) within PERFORCE3. Over the course of the series, the ESRs will discuss the challenges and solutions associated with the global occurrence of PFAS.
Episode 8: Treatment of PFAS-contaminated Water
Drought is becoming more common in Europe and across the world. With climate change, water shortage is only likely to increase in occurrence and severity in the future. The quality of our water resources is therefore even more important and the presence of environmental pollutants, such as PFAS, is a problem in need of solutions. In this episode, we speak to Sanne Smith about methods to remove PFAS from contaminated water.
Listen to the podcast below or on Spotify here.